Learning Disabilities and Emotions

Children with learning disabilities lack control over their emotions which often result in behavioral problems. They also lack social skills and have low self-esteem. As parents it is important to help these children regulate their emotions better so that they can have a successful academic career.

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    Building Self-Esteem with LD Children

    Positive self-esteem is as important to success in school and on the job as the mastery of individual skills. And...

    Source: National Center for Learning Disabilities
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    Social-Emotional Problems

    The literature suggests that to be socially accepted, students should be cooperative, share, offer pleasant greetings,...

    Source: Pearson Allyn Bacon Prentice Hall
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    Teaching Kids to Embrace their Special Needs Peers

    With the passing of new legislation, more and more special needs students being included in the "regular" classroom....

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    Barkley's Model of ADHD

    Barkley's Model of ADHD: Behavioral Inhibition and Time Awareness and Management Russell Barkley (1997, 1998, 2000a,...

    Source: Pearson Allyn Bacon Prentice Hall
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    The Upside of NCLB

    Despite all the flack NCLB is getting, there is a new report out which says at least one group has benefited overall...